why is polywood so expensive

POLYWOOD AD5030GR Classic Folding Adirondack, Green ... A little expensive but seem very solid and material feels like it will last a long long time outdoors ...

Supposedly the color goes all the way thru PolyWood so they don't have .... Initiatially we thought it was very expensive but seven years later ...

So, does anyone have polywood furniture? Does it perform as ... I would recommend wholeheartedly, but darn they are expensive. posted by ...

If you've ever considered purchasing outdoor wicker furniture then you've probably asked yourself why outdoor wicker furniture is so expensive ...

Wicker furniture can be expensive, but you can also find many affordable outdoor wicker furniture sets online. Why is wicker furniture so expensive, anyway? ... What's the Difference Between Polywood Furniture and Wood Patio Furniture?

So....how do you choose between a natural wood Adirondack chair and one made of poly lumber? Here are some ... Well, the only "downfall" is that poly lumber is slightly more expensive than wood. But, it is still an ... polylumber · poly wood.

Browse POLYWOOD products and reviews at The Mine, a Lowes company. ... Although I am unsure why the fabricated woods are so expensive, they were easy ...

Click here for polywood porch swing reviews and a buyers guide! ... So grab a cold drink and sway quietly in the breeze on the Vinyard porch swing. ... and it may seem that polywood is quite a bit more expensive than wood.

( Outdoor Furniture by Polywood) ... Some reviewers note the back is a little too straight; Expensive compared to other chairs; May need ...

So, if you have the skills to build a good chair, use a good wood that will .... oil (conveniently not that expensive) Click image for larger version.

Do you know why it's so expensive? I'll tell you. It's because that thing is 'all-weather' and is expected to last 7-8 years in total outdoor exposure ...

Polylumber is a dense material made entirely out of plastic: Post-Consumer Plastic – soda bottles, milk jugs, water ... And if so, how expensive would it be?